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of mike farrell, one of our heroes, the man who built annaly hospital management who died this weekend at the age of 61. farrell is one of the good guys. he flagged the mortgage debacle long before everyone else saw it coming. he warned correctly what would occur if wall street was allowed to run amok with mortgage financial engineering. and he made billions of dollars for his shareholders. what you might know is farrell was one of the most charitable people on earth.
want the take a moment out to say that our thoughts are with the family of mike farrell, one of our heroes, the man who built annaly hospital management who died this weekend at the age of 61. farrell is one of the good guys. he flagged the mortgage debacle long before everyone else saw it coming. ar
don't know how much more it can go down, but that's a cop-out for me. i don't like farrel gas anymore. i'm sorry about any confusion it may have engendered. picture perfect is something, this market is not. there's the real and then the abstract. today, the macro abstract. "mad money" will be back after the break. >>> coming up, seasons greetings. ahh, fall. apple picking, jack-o'-lanterns and the fourth quarter, and tonight, cramer is showing you how to get your portfolio set up to generate some holiday spending cash. >>> later, war on the web? the internet tech giants have been locked in a battle for search supremacy but is it finally time to say yes to yahoo! or should you search for a different stock? cramer decides. >>> plus, industrial strength? prologis is operating a portfolio of warehouses and commercial real estate around the world. tonight, cramer is talking to the ceo to get a real read on the economy, just ahead. all coming up on "mad money." >>> don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on tweeter. have a question? tweet cramer or send him an e-mail or give u
are saying they wanted those three days, and the legislature listen to them. host: farrell, hamilton county. we are in columbus. go ahead. thank you for calling. caller: i think it is interesting we did not hear anything about the word abortion. we hear the words women's rights. but we do not hear the word abortion in this whole election. i think it is time we say the word abortion. 45-60 percent of black pregnancies end up an abortion. the black community should wake up. guest: the 1973 law has already been reviewed by the supreme court in past. it is a law that is legal in protecting the women's right to choose is very important. not only of this election, but every election. the fact is we're talking about making sure those that are living are protected by a health care and making sure people do get health care. as far as i am concerned, when you start talking about issues that divide us, i think the number one issue, the issues that divide us, and i will not participate in that kind of discussion. guest: a lot of people feel strongly about this issue. i am pro-life. we believe in the sa
have hired their former pitching coach, john farrell, as manager. the ex toronto skipper replaces valentine, who like guillen, was fired after just one season. and speaking of bobby valentine, he went on nbc sports networks "costas tonight" taking blame for the red sox abysmal season but also pointed a finger at sox slugger david ortiz. this is the quote. david ortiz came back after spending six weeks on the disabled list and we thought it was going to be a week. he got two hits, drove in a couple runs and we're off to the races. then he realized this trade meant we're not going to run this race, and we're not even going to finish the race properly, and he decided not to play anymore. i think at that time it was all downhill from there. and don't you know it, the red sox are now working to sign ortiz to a two-year contract. red sox gm ben cherington rejected valentine's remarks, saying he has no concerns about big papi's commitment. it's a soap opera in boston. that's a look at sports this morning. >>> on to our talkback question. do candidates' comments on rape and abortion influ
for the tigers. >> stat geek. >> to boston, yesterday john farrell spent the last two seasons as blue jays' manager, and he took that same job with the red sox yesterday. he'll be the manager in fenway agreeing to a three-year deal to become the 46th manager in red sox history. but it was boston's former manager, bobby v., bobby valentine, who found himself back in the headlines last night. in an interview with bob costas on the nbc sports network, valentine used his first public comments since the day he was fired to call out david ortiz who valentine says chose to miss playing time not because of an injury but because he knew the team was out of playoff contention. >> david ortiz came back after, you know, spending six weeks on a disabled list, we thought it was going to be only a week, and he got two hits the first two times up, drove in a couple runs. we were off to the races. and then he realized that, you know, this trade meant that we're not going to run this race. we're not even going to finish the race properly. and he decided no the to play anymore. and i think at that time, you
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